Season 2 Episode 3 of Cambridge PhDcasts with PhDcaster Andy Wimbush.
Andy Wimbush is a third year PhD candidate in English at Darwin College researching Samuel Beckett's enduring interest in quietism as a personal solution and artistic inspiration.
- Adam Elsheimer: The Flight into Egypt (1609)
- Rembrandt van Rijn: Landscape with the Rest on the Flight into Egypt (1647)
- Beckett, Samuel. Dream of Fair to Middling Women (New York, NY: Arcade Publishing, 1993)
- Beckett, Samuel. Murphy, ed. J.C.C. Mays (London: Faber, 2009 [first published 1938])
- Beckett, Samuel. Molloy, ed. Shane Weller (London: Faber, 2009 [first published in French in 1951])
- Beckett, Samuel. How It Is, ed. Édouard Magessa O'Reilly (London: Faber, 2009 [first published in French in 1961])
- Feldman, Matthew. "Agnostic Quietism and Samuel Beckett's Early Development" in Samuel Beckett: History, Memory, Archive, eds. Seán Kennedy and Katherine Weiss (New York: Palgrave, 2009)
- Ackerley, C.J. "Samuel Beckett and Thomas à Kempis: The Roots of Quietism", Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui, 2000, 9, pp.81-92.
- Nixon, Mark. Samuel Beckett's German Diaries 1936-1937. (London: Continuum, 2011)
- Wimbush, Andy. "Biology, the Buddha and the Beasts: The Influence of Ernst Haeckel and Arthur Schopenhauer on Samuel Beckett’s How It Is" in Encountering Buddhism in Twentieth Century British and American Literature eds. Lawrence Normand and Alison Winch (London: Bloomsbury, 2013)
- Perl, Jeffrey M. (ed.) Apology for Quietism: A Sotto Voce Symposium. (Six special editions of the journal Common Knowledge, from 2009-2010)
The Cambridge PhDcasts are presented by John Gallagher and produced by Richard Blakemore and Ruth Rushworth with thanks to CRASSH.